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SWOBN CUMULATION 1,300.
A.C. IIih.mmi, Killtor.
J.ahovTait, Aim I.W11I l-Mltor.
Tm: Pioneer tit Smith Centre, Kaiir.an,
Iiiih Kuno to homo print iinin. It pn)s,
bojs, if jou stick In It. ,
Jack ProBt visited iIiIh section slneo
our IiiHt issuo and nipped garden truck
n mi fruit quite seriously.
Tub pi'Oplu of Webster county and vi
cinity Hliould mnko an extra oHort to ob
Borvo Decoration day. Lot ovory old
aoldlor and ovory friend of tho old sob
dior tako part in thu exoreisas of that
day. To thoiu woowu ti debt of grnti
tudo that can never ho paid.
Wk hour It rumored around, nnd also
nbsorvo it in tho district exchanges, that
lion. Jiih. McNeny ouht to bo tho next
district court judge. Thoro could not
bo a liuttor Htlection. IIu ifl ono of tho
moHt learned and profound lawjoro in
tho diHtrict and would bo an honor to
Tiif. jury in tho ox-Stato Treasurer
Hill ciiHe, for tho recovery of 82(ki,0()0
that wiih loHt in tho Lincoln National
i. ....i. .1 i i ...in .
mm, iiimiKruuu ami win proDiiuiy never
uomo to trial again. Thus tnonoy taken
wings and soars to endless realms of
HepHydam, "whoro tho lion roaroth and
tho wining doodlo niuurnoth for its flrut
Tub inonoy question is bound to bo a
big uizod thorn in tho sides of tho vn
rioiia parties tho coming presidential
campaign from tho present out-look. U.
8. Senator Teller or Colorado sas un
lets tho republican party inserta a freo
silver plank ho is dotiu with it. U. S.
Senator Miami of Missouri says tho same
thing of Ihodomocrutiu party, and Sen
ator IVITor of Kansas is purported as
saying that theio is plenty of money
now if the people only get it. In the
coming campaign tho old adngo will
probably bo more than verilied, that
"politics make strangn hod-fellows,"
Somi: fellow with malice aforethought
punt a communication of vituperation to
the State .Journal, saying that tho editor
of this paper was dictating thoeditoiial
policy of tli Nation, under its now man
tigemont. We do not k,.ow who bent it,
or why he sent it, but it is false. It is
said that "suspicion haunta thb guilty
mind, etc ," and we suppobo Unit the
chap imitit have been guilty of mime
imgiiiy mean uickb to accuse us of so
base a thing. Tlio now editor-of the
nation, .Mr. .John Walsh, is mIo publish
or, dictator and manager as far as wo
know, our traducer notwithstanding
nnd wo behoofs fully ablo to hoo his
own row. So, l hero!
Tins paper is unalterably republican,
yot wo do believe in having fair play.
Tho nation's interests are paramount to
that of any political party. Lot thu hot
horded biased leaders tako a back seat,
and let tho cool judgment of thu rank
and nio of the party prevail, and we will
guarantee that tho present crisis will bo
bo woll handled by tho republican party
that tho monetary eutanglomont will bo
very soon adjusted. Tub Ciiikk does
not beliovo in playing socond liddlo to
any nation. Wo beliovo that it .-..
Baid by that patriot, James G. Ulaino,
"America for tho AmericaiiB," and if we
settle our diniculties with that sonti
ment in viow, thore will bo no difficulty.
Whon wo try to iiBsist other nations then
our own troubles conunonce.
Eleowhore wo ro-print from Tho Chi
cngo Iteconl of May 7th an article on
tho financial issue over tho signature
"W. (i. Soward." Tho articlo aa it an.
pourod in Tho Hecord bore dato, Rod
Cloud, Neb., April ISO. Wo aro unite
qualnted with a resident of this city of
tho name of CI. Soward. Howover,
wo readily identify tho writer of tho
article, and suppose our readers will as
readily do tho samo. There is but ono
Soward entitled to claim rosidonco
The Chicago Record, by tho way, is
tho fairest and foremost niotromilitim
paper of tho country to-day in tho treat
inont of the gruat issue now dominant.
Editorially it deprecates tho fact that
loaders on ono sido of tho issuo have
assumed that those on tho other eido
nro basely designing to destroy national
prosperity in order to favor their own
Belllali interests. It takes tho stund thut
tho silver issuo is not a question of party
ethics at all, but of souud national econ
omico, and tho solo object which every
loyal citizon must consider is tho secur
jug of a sound njonoturyjbusis; that the
fact that thoro are nion of known ability
on both sides of tho question shows how
confused undcleudy tho Issuo is likely to
nppoar when presented to tho mass of
peoplo who of necessity havo no time to
go into tho subject of lluance, with its
intlnito raniiilcations Into viuioub
branches of economics.
In this Bpirit Tho .Record unnotincod
late in April that it had inodo preparu
tions to give both sido of the controversy.
im since men tnoro him appeared daily
in ItseolumiiB articles alternately for
nnd ngaiiiBt tho freo coinago of. silver.
SonatorH Tellor, Hoico and rainier,
Comptroller of tho Currency Ecklcs,
Postmaster Hessig, tho Chicago admin
istration democrat, W. II. Harvey, tho
author of "Coin's Flnnncml School" and
other men of nationnl reputation have
contributed to Tho Record's educational
eiroits on behalf of tho question.
So far the discussion in greater part
lias been pleasingly free of vituperation,
Edward Atkinson, the Uoston statisti
cian, offering the only exception. At
kinson is a single gold standard advo
cate, and all too freely for oiTeotivo ar
gument denounces the bi-motallistR as
idiots or knaves.
Following tho recont iippcariinco of an
articlo by Atkinson in which abuse of
tho silver advocates vied in occupancy
of space with hoiiio tables of figures pur
porting to explain tho fall in tho general
averago of prices aa in no way duo to
tho demonitization of silver, a wentcrn
editor pleasantly remarked that "of all
tho purchased knaves now engaged In
tho goldito conspiracy Atkinson is tho
most brazen inondaciouB." Whilo nn
other knight of the pencil declares that
"Ananias wiih very wise in getting him
self born curly in history, for if ho hud
waited until now ho might not have had
any reputation ut all compared to Ed
ward AtklnBon, tho great "I am" of Uos
Wo aro in hoarty accord with Tho
Record in holding that honest discussion
backod by facts and logic is the essential
thing in a settleinont of tho tinanciul
issues. To impute dishonosty nnd base
Hess on tho othor Bido is as wrong as it
is unpatriotic. For whilo thoro may be,
hero and thore, partisan loaders who
havo their own ends to servo in swaying
tho nation's decision ono way or tho
other, it is ubsurd to supposo that tho
great mass of tho voters aro so wholly
lacking in honesty iib to endeavor will
fully to go wrong on this matter.
'I hU remedy in becoming so well known
and ho popular an to need no special men
tion. All who have used Klootrio Hitters
sing the same song of pralso. A purer
mt'dleine does not exist and it is gimren
teed to do all that is claimed. Klootrio
Hitters will cure all disease of the Livor
and Kidnejr", will remove Pimples, Hollo,
Salt Khutim and oilier affections canoed
by impuro-blood. Will drive Malaria
from the system and prevent as well as
cure nil Malarial fever, For care of
llendnche, Coiutipatiou and Indigestion
try Kleotrlo Hitteis Katire satisfaction
guaranteed, or money refunded. Price
GOats. and $1.00 per bottlo at C. h. Cot
ting's Drug Store.
Tho temperature of tho outer ntnios
phore necessitated a llro in tho schools
Friday. The day before scholars were
groaning under tho hot rays of tho sun.
Tho Virgil class is toiling faithfully on
tho fourth book.
Mr. Alvin Popo's room held tho ban
nor this week.
John Earner visited tho schools Mon
day, where ho talked with his brothers
in tho profession.
Geo. Ovoring had tho fourth room
undor his charge Monday foronoon. The
tonohor of that room being culled to
This is u good spring for the botany
class, and tliey havo the appeuranco of
improving every opportunity.
iho beginning latin chum rocite twice
a day. The foundation well laid in the
eturt will ussuro them an easier time
throughout the rest of tho study.
Although tho recoiptaof tho Molntv'ro
locturo did not add to tho funds of thn
school librury, tho pupils uttonding his
lecturo fool amply paid for tho timo
thus Bpont. It is with regret that wo
note tho failuro of tho proceods to coruo
up to tho required amount.
Only two weeks nioro of school.
Wm. Kellogg visitod tho fifth room on
Tho courso of lecturesgivon by Honry
Nowhouso in electricity botoro tho fifth
room last Friday wore very instructive
nnd ploasing to all prosont. William
Holllobowor following him oxplainod
some diflloult phenomonu in tho uctione
und causos of explosive matter.
Tho algobrn classes aro grappling with
tho inystories of factoring and geomet
Attendance is falling short of u month
Misses Nottio Hostwick, Alico Items
uorg ami i.iniiine warren woro visiting
tho different classos in tho fifth room
Tho chomistry class is vory noar thro'
After the Grip, diptheria, pneumonia,
soorlet fever, typhoid fever, eto., Hood's
Harsnparilla is of wondorful benefit in
imparting the strength and vigor so much
Hood's l'ills for the liver and bowols, act
easily jot promptly and effeotivoly.
May 21st nnd Juno 11th Tho Missouri,
KanBiis &, Texas Railway "Co, will sell
tickota at ono fare for the round trip, to
points in Toxub, Luko Charles, La, and
Eddy und Roswell, N. M. , tickots good
returning twenty days from dato of sale.
or 'further information addreps (J. A.
MuNutt, 1011 Union Ave, Kansas City
pie U. S. Gov't Reports
v show Royal Baking Powder
I . superior to all others.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF,
THE A. 0. II. W. 11.
RED CLOUD LODGE AND LADIES OF
HONOR TURN OUT 150 STRONG.
Hcv. K. I,. ly, I. m. w., or Omnlin,
Dollvrrn the Aildreft.
of years tho
members of tho
'V been obsorving
Ta z ...i.... ii
Fv wiuu inoy nre
V pleased to torm
"A. O. U. W. Sunday." It is a vory
pleasant feature of tho ordor, and us it
blonds nicely with tho great work of
charity which Uiot espouse, it is ex
tremoly proper that they should observe
the day in a solomn and appropriate
mannor. The foundation of tho ordor
is built upon tho solid truth.p enunciated
by tho immortal writers of tho bible,
and as such is tho caso, tho brothron
bind themselveB in ono common brothor
hood, tc uphold tho tenots of the order,
viz: caring for tho widows and orphunB
of docoasod brothers, visiting tho sick,
helping the distressed, and othorwlBo
fuliilling tho divine proccpt of "doing
good to othors." It is n noblo work that
this ordor is doing, and from n little
twig of a fow years ago, it lias beqomo a
giant oak in tho world, with lodges in
every atute and territory of this grand
country of ours. Let tho good work go
forward until tho brotherhood of man
shall finally triumph in tho last dajB
when there will bo no more Borrow, no
more weeping, and no more death; and
when tho triumphant march ietakouup
und tho redeomed hostH aro traveling to
tho glory land, tho A. O. U. W. boyB will
not bo vory far from the great white
throno mid tho angelic throngs in tho
laud boyoud tho blue.
At 2:110 tho lodge assembled nt thoir
hall and marched to tho church, fol
lowed by tho Ladies of Honor. At tho
church the A. O. U. W. lodgo opened
ranks and the Ladies of Honor passed
inrougn anil into tlio church, followod
by tho members of Red Cloud lodge
und were comfortably seated. Tho or
gan gave forth beautiful strains, tho
choir sang sweet pongs. Rev. II. O. Spel
iniin read the scripture, and Rev. Hro. J.
A.Maxliold led in prajor, after which
Rev. E. L. Ely arose and delivered ono
of the most excellent sermons on tho oc
casion thut wo hiiTO ovor heard on tho
subject of fraternal societies. Relow.
wo give a brief oxtract of tlio sortnon:
Text: 'J-l l-"Who gave Himself for all."
'The man of whom theso wore spoken
wus crucified, and for n timo ovon his
own disciples thought thu hopeB of his
lifo wore novor to bo realized.
At his resurroction his influonco be
gan to grow, until today hiB "name is
abovo ovory name." It baa iiiBpirod
more heartB to noblo doods, has brought
moro cheor to huinnn heartB than all
othor names. If an inhabituntof nnoth-
er world should visit this and look for tho
name of its greatest character, ho would
find it was Jesus of Nazareth. If ho
should then search to find out the secret
of his greatness, ho would find it was
becauso -'ho gavo hini6olf for his follow
On Calvary he yioldod up his lifo as
an atonoment for humunity's sin. Whilo
living, ho just iib truly gavo himBolf for
ub by ministering to the sick, fooding
tho hungry, und giving eight to tho
Whntevor were tho motivos that no.
tuutod him, the niethodB and uses of his
life uro tho best poBBiblo for ub. Tho
most porfoct exomplut of Jesus in thia
is the mothor in our houses giving her
mo uuy oy uuy tor nor iittlo ones. Ono
might bo plocod whoro the host possible
uso ho could iniiko of his life would bo
to yield it up for his follow mon, but
such opportunities nro ruro. Hut on
evory eido nro opportunities of using our
lifo for others. No man has n right to
live who sees in othora only opportuni-
ties for solf advantago, and thua profits
by their misfortunes. Whatovor
mgth, opprotunity, inlluence, know-
;u wo possess nbovo our brother is
the measure of our debt to him.
This is tlio luw of Christ und tlio fun-
damental principle of our order. There
fore, insofar us wo practico what wo pro-
fess, wo nro us christian as any organiza
tion, religiouB or otherwise undor whoso
bunnor mon havo ovor rallied. Tho A.
O. U. W. has boen, during tho lust
your, iu its ministry to tho unfortunuto
and cure of tho needy, the most notablo
exomplar of this principle of Jesus."
Aftor tho Bormon was ovor, u quartet
of four gontlomen, composod of C. L.
Cotting, Edgar Cotting, Rev, Spelraan
und Goo. Ovoring, snng an appropriate
song, tho benediction was pronounced,
and tho lodges roturned to thoir hull,
whore tho mooting wbb uguin called to
order and resolutions of thanks woro
oxtonded to Hro. Ely, to tho church nnd
to the singors. Speochos woro made by
Hros. Ely, Hrowor, Jus. Gilhnm, Rev.
Muxllold, Mrs. Kato Pond und othors
Aftor which tho closing ode wus sung
and Master Workman Hlnkoslco declared
the lodgo closod. It wns a plcasunt and
profitable mooting und ono thut will bo
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
- Mil I '.m.'iK 19 jr r-
j"-v- IM i t
FRIDAY, MAY 17,
John AultzofRod Cloud wnein Camp
boll ono day this week. Campbell Press,
Miss Carrio Strutton of Red Cloud is
visiting relatives in town this week.
Hluo Hill Lcador.
C. Schaffnlt of Rod Cloud was n biiBi
nesB visitor in theso parte ono day this
week Campbell Press.
Ton or twolvoof Red Cloud's bicyclists
came down on thoir wheels to sec Tues
day's gamo of ball.-Hiuo Hill Leoder.
Arthur Knights has roturnod homo
from Red Cloud, nnd is working in his
nroincra hnrneps shop. Fairfield Her
Miss Mabol Day of Red Cloud was in
Guido Rock Saturday und Sunday, tho
guest of Miss Alico Gnrber.-Guido
Hon. Wm. McKoighan is still sorely
allllcted, nnd physicinnB ofTer Iittlo hopo
that his eyesight will ovor bo restored.
Heaver City Republican.
Mrs. John Gnrbor, Mrs. Strohm nnd
Mrs. Albright, of Red Cloud, were in
Guido Rock Sunduy, tho guests of Mrs.
Idn F. Hayes. Guido Rock Signal
Son of tho houso It was bad enough
when I had to wear father's cut down
trousers, but whon it comes to wearing
mother's, I'm going to kick, Norton
Tho instructors for tho coming teach
era' instituto uro Prof. J. E. Bowers of
tins city, Prof. Hupsongof Franklin, and
Prof. Castor of Red Cloud. Thoy aro all
tlist-chips men in their choson profession .
Charley and Noble Robinson of Red
Cloud wero in town to witness tho defeat
of Lincoln's colored "giants" Tuesday.
Tho editor is undor obligations to
Charioy for so ably assisting him in scor
ing Tuesday's gumo of bull. Hluo Hill
Lawjer McNeny, of Red Cloud, was
in town last Tuesday on legal business.
Air. McNeny takes n very pessimistic
view of the situation this spring nnd is
very much afraid thut we aro liablo to
havo u repetition of last year's failure.
A Lady took u basket of eggs to town
and upon being asked how ninny she
had, said: "If I take tho eggs out of tho
basket two at a timo I havo ono egg left
in the Imskot; if I take them out three
at a timo I huvo ono egg loft in tho bus-
kot; if I tako them out four nt n timo I
havo ono loft in tliobaskot; if I tako them
out live at n timo I havo ono left in tlio
baskotjif I tako them out six ut a timo
I huvo ono left in tho basket, but if I
tako thorn outsoven at n time I will huvo
none left in tho baskot. How many eggs
nrotheroin the basket? Auburn Post.
Thero is an interesting study in nat
ural history about thoso curious iittlo
animals known iib prairio dogs. Wo wit
noBsod on last Sunday an encounter bo
tweon n prairio dog and a gopher on the
pasturo at tho south-east sido of Geo. P.
Cuthor'a house. Theru wub an owl sit
ting on a fonco post cIobo by and of
courso it was wearing that sloopy, phil
osophic, and Solomon look which ulwuys
ctiuructenzes this peculinr ecion of tho
fouthorod creution. Hut it was not by
nny meunfl usleop, for nt tho very mo
munt whon tho dog wns gotting tho worst
of it tho owl dropped to hia rescue unci
nided the Iittlo dog to rout the onomy.
If a lizzurd, a rnttlo snuko und a conti
podo had also joinod tho contest then
the prairie dog would hnvo had a full
muster of his friends und nightly com
punionfl guthorod to do buttlo for him.
Fathor, dear futhor, come homo with
mo now, for ma has somo carpots to boat;
she's got all tho furnituro out in the yard,
from tho front door clear down to tho
etroot. Tho stove must como down and
bo put in tho shod, nnd tho yard rnuat
bo cleared of doad grass, for its timo to
cleun houso und tho dovil'a to pay und
tho front windows need somo now glass.
Fathor, doar father, como home with mo
now, and bring somo bolognu nnd choeso,
its moat twolvo o'clock nnd thoro's notli
ing to oat I'm bo hungry I'm weak in
in tlio knoos. All tho dinnor we'll hnve
will bo cold BcrapB and such, and we'll
hnvo to eat standing up, too, for tho table
und nil uro out in tho yard, oh, I wish
spring cloaning wub through. Futhor,
doar fathor, como homo with mo now, for
inn is mad ns u turk, sho says you'ro u
lazy old thing and that sho proposes to
put you to work. There's painting to do
and paper to hung, und tho windows and
casings to scrub, for its house clouning
time nnd you'vo got to como homo, nnd
rovol in suds uud cold grub. Ex
It you'd bo a poliBhod gontlomun. just
hour this wnrning voiqo,
And whon you buy u suit of clothes, bo
careful of your choico.
"II., S. & M. V will fit you; thoy will
wonr; tho prico is low;
Than why not be ugentloman, since now
tho way you know?
That's Tho Golden Eagle's business
making gentleman of all their custom
erB. They soli gonteel upparol.
Any ono wishing Ico Cream mado to
ordor call on the City Hnkery, at "Ocents
por, gallon all tluvore, 1 will furnish you
absolutely, tho bcBt Ico Creum in tho
city. Job. Herburgor.
(I'pJer this lieiul we Invite the ministry of
the city to contrlliute freely of any anil all
climcti.iiews of Interest to their various ornan
Cllt'ltOII Of CltUIBT.
A good program is in preparation for
children's day, Juno 1.
Three confessions Sundoy night last.
To oo baptized Sunday ovening utter
Subject Sunday morning, "Tho Glory
in Death." Evening, "Tho Salvation of
Young Men," Tho third of tlio series to
Rev. L. J. Harrington tho newly ap
pointed pastor of tho Catholic church in
Rod Cloud will hold services aud preach
Sunday, May Wth. Father Harrington
has somo specinl announcements of
great interest to make. All Catholics
und non-Catholics are invited to attend.
Subject of sermon Sabbath morning.
"Tho Lord's greatest command."
Miss Susio Rlfo has bcon appointod
superintendent of junior icaguo and will
work in harmony with Miss Dora Ward.
Revs. Holland of Lawrence nnd Mot
calf of Cowlea attended tho Mclntyro
lectures nnd woro greatly ploased.
Mrs. Muxllold is looking lovingly to
ward Minneapolis as on the .'iotli inst
her parents will huvo been married fifty
To California InTotirlut Sleeper
The Hurlington route personally con
ducted once a week excursions to Colo
rado, Utah and California aro just tlio
things for peoplo of moderate means.
Cheap, respectable, comfortable, ex
peditious. They Icnvo'Oniulin aud Lincoln every
Thursday und go through without
change, to San Frunciico und Los An
geles. Tho tourist Bloopers in which excur
sionists travel aro carpeted, upholstered
in rattan and have spring peats, spring
back, mattresses, blankets, curtains,
pillows, towols, etc.
Only $." for a double berth wide
enough und big enough for two.
The route lios through Denver, Colo
rado Springs, tlio wonderful canons and
peaks of tho Rockiep, Salt Luko City
For rates and also for illustrated folder
giving full information, call on tho near
est agent of tho Hurlington route or ad
dress J. Francis, G P & T A, Omaha,
Tho ladies of tho W. O. T. U. of Red
Cloud will give a complimentary tea to
tho ladies of tho Inavalo union next
Tuesday afternoon in this city at the
.......v ... ...,D. wnri. in mis tea wo
cordially invito every lady who has ever
been a member of our union and iiIrj
thoso who will becomo members. Tlio
ministers of this city and their wives
will bo present, iiImi tho county president
tho Indies of the Red Cloud and Inavalo
unionB and othor invited guests. Wo
can promiso jou u pleasant afternoon.
Como nnd join our rauks. Mits. O. II.
Ktielilen'M Arnica Salve.
The best Bnlvo in the world for outs.
bruisoH, sores, Ulcer. Salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chillblaiiiK,
Plfnd timl nil nli... - f . .'
m,: """." !r"",rr.."',i0Dfl' ni jwbi
r..v -m.o mu-o, uriiopny required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
ormonevrefanded. Price 25 centfl per
box. For sale by Cotting. tf
The list of letters remaining nt the
post ollico (uncalled for up to Mav
Kreidler, S. It. Long, Wm
Tho above letters will bo Bont to the
dead letter oflleo May .10, 18M. If not
colled for.-FiuNK Cowdk.v, Postmastor.
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One of the best ovidencos that Ayer's
Hair Vigor is an article of exceptional
merit is the fact that the domand for it
is constantly increaalnir. No o.. ,!,
une this Incomparable dressing thinks
of trying any other preparation for the
Texas is BulToring from a copious doll,
clt in tho Btato treasury, coupled with
Silverman!,,. 1 camming up tho oirct
of tho May frosts tho blighting of the
preinnturo etraw hat was overlooked
By using Hall's Hair Honower, gray,
faded, or discolored hair Mutinies the nut
nrnl color of youth, and Kj0ws luxuriant
nud stroiiu, pleasing evorybody.
Children Cry for
WE OFFER k REMEDY WHinu
INSURES SAFETY TO LIFE
UF MOTHER AND CHILD.
RODS CONFINEMENT OF ITS PAIN,
muiiiior AND RISK.
tJ,3v n lfo 1,!,LMl m' vo bottles. Sho
I. S. Mouro.v, Harlow, N. C
fc?ot.bTC",,orm,,l, on receipt of price
wuwmii iiccn won ., Ati.w, oa.
BOLD nv ALL DIlUaOIBTS.
Ucrbcrt Lco(h LanUotx
' Seward, Nob.
Bunches on His Neck
Twlc Lanced by Physician and
Cured by Hood's.
Thcro is no form of Scrofula mom
obstinate or tnoro common than swel
ling' of tho glands of tlio neck. Hut
every form of blood disenso yields to
tno potent powers or Hood's Saraapa
rllla. Road the following from a
Our little boy when a little over a year
old had three largo bunches como on the
left aide of his nock. A physician laocad
the bunches twice. Ho advised n blood
medicine and wo commonccd giving oar
boy Hood's Samarmrllln. He has taken
four bottles. Tho bunches on hli neck
have disappeared and
The Incisions Have Hoalod,
only scars remaining to show where hU
neck waa lanced. My wlfo and I think
there la nothing to beoompared to Hood'a
Baraaparllla and wo shall always keep It
with as. I recommend Hood's Sarsapa
rllla at ovory opportunity." Ciiaiilbs
Landon, Box 112, Seward, Nebraska.
Hood'a Pills cure nil liver ills, cunstlpv
on, sick headache, dizziness, nausea. iSc.
All mombera of Jnmes A. Gartield
post No. 80. G. A. R.i W. It. C, S. of V.,
und D. of V., nnd all old soldiers are
commnnded to meot nt Post room Sun
day morning, Mav 2iUh, ut 10 o'clock
shiirp, to form lino nnd march in a body
to opera houpe to attend memorial ser
vices. Program is as follows:
Reading Scripture Rev. C. II. Mattox.
Song "Whoro Sleoping Our Heroes
Prayer Rev. H. O. Spollman.
Mala Quartett "Now Again We
Sormon Rev. J. K. Maxtield.
Song-"God Ho With Vou Till Wo
Ry Order Committee.
Mrs. T.S. Hawkins, r'hattnnooga. Ttnn
says-, "Sldloh'H Vitalizer 'Saved my Life,
I eonnider it the beot remedy for a de
Militated system I ever med." Tor Dys
pepsia. Liver nr Kidney trouble it excels.
Price 7'. cts. For Mile by C. L. Cottimr.
Tho iadicB of tho W. R. C. will h'c
un entertainment on tho evening of May
UOtli, 189.". nt the opera house. Admis
sion ton cents. Tho proceeds will go to
benellt tho relief fund. Lko.va Tchnkii,
Muslc 8. of V. Hand.
I'npcr. "Tho V. II. C." Mib. Knight,
Itocllution a'V'iiiiViiVoVi HoMier."
SonK "Yankee Doodle,"
Rdmird iinii Kliner lllakpsleo.
Itecttatiun "My Kuther's Old Canteen."
Itecitlltllltl "f,n'illnl Klnif"
Hnluto of tliol'lnu
Tableau 1801 ', ,"...'.."..".,'....'..
J'11"'0 Silver Cornot Hand.
I,)ii,lo'ftl0 IJirl 1'oudnnd S,ua Foster.
Uecltatlon V.V.V. V.V.V.V.'.UuralVnVd'.
"'oau UedWhltn nnd lllue.
1ecitallt Oar Flan.
Iteuitfitlan .'."..".'. ." .V."4hcriiliiu'a itlVle!"
Uecltatlon "Shako Sl.uyilcr's Hide."
Tableaux ST !!'.'.!!'.'.!!'.'.!!'.'.!!'.'...
"Ton peoplo out of it dozen are inva
lids," says a rocent medical unthority.
At least eight out of theso ten, it is fafe
to allow, are suffering from somo form of
blood-disease which n persistent use of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla would be suro to care.
Then, don't bo an invllald.
i Everv Man Who 1
1 I Dissatisfied !
J with his BiirroundingBwho wants
t to hotter his condition in lifo-who t
UnowB that he can do bo if given ?
linlf a chunco, should writo to J.
l'rnncis, Omaha, !fob., for a copy
of n Iittlo book rocontly issuod by 2
tho PnsBongor;. bopnrtmont of tho f
Hurlington1 .Juto. r,
ii is ontitlod "A Now Kinpire." 1
mm contninB .12 pages of informa-
tion nbout Shoridan County nnd ti,
tho Rig Horn Uneiu, Wyoming, a
f luiiil r BVoinUe,
.;. towards which tho eyes of thous
f iinds uro now hopofullv turned.
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